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Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Paso Robles Joint USD
August 14, 2018 5:30PM
PASO ROBLES JOINT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD ROOM, DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE 800 NIBLICK ROAD, PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 (805) 769-1000 CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 PM GENERAL SESSION: IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING CLOSED SESSION

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to deliver an exemplary education, in a safe environment, which empowers students with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for success in an ever-changing world.
A. OPENING CEREMONY
A.1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER
B. ADOPT AGENDA
B.1. ADOPT AGENDA
C. CLOSED SESSION - 5:30 PM
C.1. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION AGENDA ITEMS - This opportunity is provided to allow public comment prior to the Board's consideration of any closed session agenda item. Government Code Section 54954.3
C.2. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
C.2.A. CERTIFICATED PERSONNEL REPORT - Government Code Section 54957
C.2.A.1. Assignments/Replacements: 7; Resignations/Retirements/Terminations: 5; Management Assignments/Replacements: 6; Management Resignations: 1
C.2.B. CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL REPORT - Government Code Section 54957
C.2.B.1. Assignments/Replacements: 5; Resignation/Retirements/Terminations: 15; Leaves: 2; Management Assignments/Replacements: 4; Management Resignations: 1
C.2.C. STUDENT DISCIPLINE OR OTHER CONFIDENTIAL STUDENT MATTERS - Education Code Sections 35146, 48900 et seq., 48912(b) and 49060 et seq., and 20 U.S.C. Section 1232g
C.2.C.1. Student Case #H17-18.02
C.2.D. CONTRACTS OF EMPLOYMENT - Government Code Section 54957 - Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Chief Academic Officer, Chief Business Officer
C.2.E. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING EXISTING LITIGATION - Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9 - Case #0814181
C.2.F. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to paragraph (2) or (3) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9: two potential cases
C.2.G. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE/DISMISSAL/RELEASE/LITIGATION/COMPLAINTS - Government Code Section 54957
C.2.H. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6
D. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION - 6:00 PM
D.1. REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION ACTION
E. SALUTE TO THE FLAG
F. PRESENTATIONS/REPORTS
G. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
G.1. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
G.2. CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION, CHAPTER #254
G.3. PASO ROBLES PUBLIC EDUCATORS
H. CONSENT AGENDA
H.1. APPROVE BOARD OF TRUSTEES' MEETING MINUTES
Attachments:
Board Meeting Minutes June 26, 2018
Board Meeting Minutes June 28, 2018
H.2. APPROVE PURCHASE ORDER LISTING
Speaker:
B. Pawlowski
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board approval of Purchase Order Listing
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval of Purchase Order Numbers 190001-190341.
Financial Impact:
$4,691,280.75
Attachments:
Purchase Order Listing 8/3/2018
H.3. APPROVE PAYMENT LISTING
Speaker:
B. Pawlowski
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Board approval of Payment Listing
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval of Payment Listing.
Financial Impact:
$3,244,686.11
Attachments:
Payment Listing 7.6.18
H.4. APPROVE SCHOOL DISTRICT AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE CERTIFICATION
Speaker:
B. Pawlowski
Quick Summary / Abstract:
With the administrative changes regarding key personnel, it is necessary to update the District's authorized signatories to allow for a smooth and timely processing of documents. Pursuant to the requirements of 42632 and 42633 of the Education Code of California, the governing board of PRJUSD must submit to the Fiscal Services Department of San Luis Obispo County Office of Education verified signatures as set forth in the certificate which are authorized by the PRJUSD Board of Trustees to sign orders, warrants, payroll and accounts payable warrant certification, contracts, debt obligations such as bonds and notes, revolving cash checks and other papers or documents for or on behalf of the said school district.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends the Board approve the 2018/19 School District Authorized Signature Certification for filing with SLOCOE.
Attachments:
2018-19 School District Authorized Signature Certification
H.5. APPROVE PARENT ORGANIZATION/BOOSTER CLUB APPLICATIONS FOR PAT BUTLER PTA, THE ARTS ACADEMY AT BAUER SPECK PTO, WINIFRED PIFER PTA, PASO ROBLES BEARCAT BOOSTERS, AND DELL PTO
Speaker:
B. Pawlowski
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In fulfilling fiduciary requirements, the Board must require school-connected organizations to submit a complete application annually with all updated information. Applications must provide information as required by Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 1230. Approvals shall be granted for a period of one year. Five applications have been received for review and presented as complete. Pat Butler PTA, Arts Academy at Bauer Speck PTO, Winifred Pifer PTA, Paso Robles Bearcat Boosters, Inc., and DELL PTO are in compliance containing all the required elements that are called for in BP/AR 1230.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval of all five 2018-19 applications as submitted.
Attachments:
Daniel E. Lewis Leaders (DELL) PTO
Paso Robles Bearcat Boosters, Inc.
Pat Butler PTA
The Arts Academy at Bauer Speck PTO
Winifred Pifer PTA
H.6. APPROVE OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIPS
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Hearst San Simeon State Park, San Simeon, CA. August 24-26, 2018. PRHS FFA students grades 10-11. Paso Robles FFA Officer Team Retreat and Team Building Camp. 5 female and 1 male students; 3 female and 1 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: Agriculture Incentive Grant. Total cost of trip: $450. Average cost per student: $75 (no student fees required). Tulare Union High School, Tulare, CA. August 24-25, 2018. PRHS Women's Water Polo team grades 10-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 18 female students; 2 female and 1 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Women's Water Polo. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $55 (no student fees required). Fresno High School, Fresno, CA. August 31-September 1, 2018. PRHS Men's Water Polo team grades 10-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 18 male students; 1 female and 2 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Men's Water Polo. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $55 (no student fees required). Clovis West High School, Fresno, CA. August 31-September 1, 2018. PRHS Women's Water Polo team grades 10-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 18 female students; 2 female and 1 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Women's Water Polo. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $55 (no student fees required). Buchanan High School, Clovis, CA. September 7-8, 2018. PRHS Women's Tennis team grades 9-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 12 female students; 1 female and 1 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Women's Tennis. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $83 (no student fees required). Sunnyside High School, Fresno, CA. September 14-15, 2018. PRHS Men's Water Polo team grades 10-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 18 male students; 1 female and 2 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Men's Water Polo. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $55 (no student fees required). Clovis North High School, Fresno, CA. September 21-22, 2018. PRHS Women's Volleyball team grades 9-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 17 female students; 3 female chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Women's Volleyball. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $59 (no student fees required). Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. September 28-29, 2018. PRHS Cross Country students grades 9-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 7 female and 10 male students; 1 female and 3 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Cross Country. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $59 (no student fees required). (3 trips) Woodward Park, Fresno, CA. October 5-6, November 14-15, and November 23-24, 2018. PRHS Cross Country students grades 9-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 7 female and 10 male students; 1 female and 3 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Cross Country. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $59 (no student fees required). Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA. October 19-20, 2018. PRHS Cross Country students grades 9-12. Preseason competition. Approximately 7 female and 10 male students; 1 female and 3 male chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics & Bearcat Athletic Boosters-Cross Country. Total cost of trip: $1,000. Average cost per student: $59 (no student fees required).
Recommended Motion:
Approve overnight field trips.
Attachments:
Overnight Field Trips
H.7. APPROVE OVER 150-MILE FIELD TRIPS
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
(2 trips over 150 miles) Adolfo Camarillo High School, Camarillo, CA. September 1 & 22, 2018. PRHS Women's Volleyball team grades 9-10. Preseason competition. Approximately 14 female students; 3 female chaperones will attend. Funding source: PRJUSD Athletics. Total cost of each trip: $500. Average cost per student each trip: $35 (no student fees required).
Recommended Motion:
Approve field trips over 150 miles.
Attachments:
Field Trips Over 150 Miles
H.8. APPROVE PURCHASE OF SONDAY SYSTEM PROGRAM
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
With the passing of AB 1369, schools are required to have transparent services and supports in identifying and treating students with dyslexia. In order to better our ability in providing targeted intervention, it is necessary to provide targeted reading curriculum which is aligned with the CA Dyslexia Guidelines. During the 2017-18 school year, our elementary Special Education teachers spent time as a curriculum committee vetting out the materials they felt most confident in using with our struggling learners within PRJUSD. The Sonday System is a research based program that supports building the basic student reading skills. It is age neutral, standardized, systematic, and comprehensive. It is a supplemental program which is compatible with our current core curriculum and supplemental supports.
Recommended Motion:
Approve purchase of Sonday System Program
Financial Impact:
$31,386.08 Funding source: MediCal (MAA)
Attachments:
Sonday System Program
H.9. APPROVE 2018-19 SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER CONTRACT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES
Speaker:
K. Shouse
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The School Resource Officer (SRO) contract is up for renewal for a term of one (1) year (August 1, 2018-June 30, 2019). The SRO will absorb additional responsibilities including monitoring our District's Voluntary Drug Testing Program. The SRO will also maintain liability insurance during the term of the contract. The cost was previously accounted for in budget development and will be paid through the Student Services budget.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the SRO Contract for Consulting Services for a term of one (1) year.
Financial Impact:
$70,900.00
Attachments:
Contract for Consultant Services
H.10. APPROVE SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY SPECIAL EDUCATION LOCAL PLAN AREA (SELPA) LOCAL PLAN
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The current SELPA Local Plan was adopted and approved by the CDE on July 24, 2014. An interim governance structure that suspended the Executive Counsel operated during the 2017-18 year. The SELPA Governing Council voted on May 11, 2018, to restructure the Governance Section of the San Luis Obispo County SELPA Local Plan by eliminating the Executive Committee, based on that model. The proposed revision now needs to be approved by the governing board of each of the participating LEAs and, finally, by the California Department of Education (CDE). The proposed revision as approved by the SELPA Governing Body will serve as an interim plan for up to one year while obtaining approval from the LEAs and CDE. Once approved by the CDE, the interim plan will become permanent.
Recommended Motion:
Approve the San Luis Obispo County SELPA Local Plan as revised.
Attachments:
SLOSELPA Local Plan Final
SLOSELPA Local Plan Revised
Summary of the Revisions to the San Luis Obispo County Local Plan
H.11. APPROVE RENEWAL OF NON-PUBLIC AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH MONARCH BEHAVIOR SOLUTIONS
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Due to the individual needs of various students attending PRJUSD and to comport with the services on each Individual Education Plan (IEP), Monarch Behavior Solutions Inc. will provide individual services as directed in the IEP including behavior assessments, individual student behavioral plans, and consultation and staff training.
Recommended Motion:
Approve Non-Public Agency Agreement with Monarch Behavior Solutions
Financial Impact:
$60,000
Attachments:
NPA Monarch Behavior Solutions Inc
H.12. APPROVE RENEWAL OF NON-PUBLIC/NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL AGREEMENT WITH LOGAN RIVER ACADEMY LLC
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Due to the individual needs of this student and to comport with the services on the Individual Education Plan (IEP), PRJUSD placed student at Logan River Academy in Logan, Utah. This placement was needed due to the extreme needs of this student, and the IEP team determined this placement is the least restrictive placement for this student. This agreement reflects the cost of board and care, basic education, mental health, and related services. SLO SELPA will reimburse PRJUSD as follows: up to 100% of board, care, and mental health services; and up to 50% of basic education and related services.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Non-Public/Non-Sectarian School Agreement
Financial Impact:
$30,999.40 Basic Education $34,846.55 Mental Health $2,700 Related Services $78,409.30 Board and Care Approximate cost to PRJUSD: $15,513.20
Attachments:
Logan River Academy LLC
H.13. APPROVE RENEWAL OF NON-PUBLIC/NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL AGREEMENT WITH HEARTSPRING INC.
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Due to the individual needs of this student and to comport with the services on the Individual Education Plan (IEP), PRJUSD placed student at Heartspring Inc. in Wichita, Kansas. This placement was needed due to the extreme needs of this student, and the IEP team determined this placement is the least restrictive placement for this student. This agreement reflects the cost of board and care, basic education, mental health, and related services. SLO SELPA will reimburse PRJUSD as follows: up to 100% of board, care, and mental health services; and up to 50% of basic education and related services.
Recommended Motion:
Recommend approval of Non-Public/Non-Sectarian School Agreement
Financial Impact:
$135,960 Basic Education $169,380 Board and Care $37,985 Related Services Approximate cost to PRJUSD is 86,972.50
Attachments:
NPS/ Heartspring
H.14. APPROVE RENEWAL OF NON-PUBLIC/NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL AGREEMENT WITH CINNAMON HILLS YOUTH CRISIS CENTER
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Due to the individual needs of this student and to comport with the services on the Individual Education Plan (IEP), PRJUSD placed student at Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center in St. George, Utah. This placement was needed due to the extreme needs of this student, and the IEP team determined this placement is the least restrictive placement for this student. This agreement reflects the cost of board and care, basic education, mental health, and related services. SLO SELPA will reimburse PRJUSD as follows: up to 100% of board, care, and mental health services; and up to 50% of basic education and related services.
Recommended Motion:
Recommend approval of Non-Public/Non-Sectarian School Agreement
Financial Impact:
$34,738.00 Basic Education $24,695.90 Mental Health $110,397.90 Board, Care $2,700 Related Services Approximate cost to PRJUSD is $18,719.00
Attachments:
NPS/ Cinnamon Hills
H.15. APPROVE RENEWAL OF NON-PUBLIC/NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL AGREEMENT WITH CINNAMON HILLS YOUTH CRISIS CENTER
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Due to the individual needs of this student and to comport with the services on the Individual Education Plan (IEP), PRJUSD placed student at Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center in St. George, Utah. This placement was needed due to the extreme needs of this student, and the IEP team determined this placement is the least restrictive placement for this student. This agreement reflects the cost of board and care, basic education, mental health, and related services. SLO SELPA will reimburse PRJUSD as follows: up to 100% of board, care, and mental health services; and up to 50% of basic education and related services.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Non-Public/Non-Sectarian School Agreement
Financial Impact:
$34,738.00 Basic Education $24,695.90 Mental Health $110,397.90 Board, Care $2,700 Related Services Approximate cost to PRJUSD is $18,719.00
Attachments:
NPS/ Cinnamon Hills
H.16. APPROVE RENEWAL OF NON-PUBLIC/NON-SECTARIAN SCHOOL AGREEMENT WITH DISCOVERY RANCH FOR GIRLS
Speaker:
A. Gallagher
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Due to the individual needs of this student and to comport with the services on the Individual Education Plan (IEP), PRJUSD placed student at Discovery Ranch for Girls in Springville, Utah. This placement was needed due to the extreme needs of this student, and the IEP team determined this placement is the least restrictive placement for this student. This agreement reflects the cost of board, care, basic education, mental health, and related services. SLO SELPA will reimburse PRJUSD as follows: up to 100% of board, care, and mental health services; and up to 50% of basic education and related services.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Non-Public/Non-Sectarian School Agreement
Financial Impact:
$25,320 Basic Education $40,080 Mental Health $111,600 Board, Care $2,700 Related Services Approximate cost to PRJUSD is $14,010.00
Attachments:
NPS Discovery Ranch for Girls
I. ACTION ITEMS
I.1. APPROVAL AND ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS
Speaker:
B. Pawlowski
Quick Summary / Abstract:
1. Ted Hamm Insurance wishes to donate to the Art Academy at Bauer Speck Elementary School eight bicycles valued at $1,210 as a student incentive to read. 2. Per a teacher's request at Georgia Brown Elementary School, DonorsChoose.org wishes to donate $301.96 for the purchase of Magic Tree House Book Series (Spanish) La Casa del Arbol for small group reading instruction and whole class read aloud. 3. SkillsUSA Chapter 211 Foundation wishes to donate to Paso Robles High School SkillsUSA $35,000 for their program expenses, state and national conferences.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends Board approval and acceptance of donations.
I.2. APPROVAL OF EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN PRJUSD AND SUPERINTENDENT CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS
Speaker:
C. Williams
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Employment Agreement between PRJUSD and Superintendent Christopher Williams
Attachments:
Employment Agreement - Superintendent
I.3. APPROVAL OF EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS BETWEEN PRJUSD AND DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT JENNIFER GAVIOLA, CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER CAROL KENYON, AND CHIEF BUSINESS OFFICER BRADLEY PAWLOWSKIWas edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Speaker:
C. Williams
Recommended Motion:
Approval of Employment Agreements between PRJUSD and Deputy Superintendent Jennifer Gaviola, Chief Academic Officer Carol Kenyon, and Chief Business Officer Bradley Pawlowski
Attachments:
Employment Agreements w/Salary Schedules
I.4. APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL APPLICATION FOR A COUNTY-DISTRICT-SCHOOL CODE
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In alignment with the ongoing direction of the Board of Trustees, steps have been taken in establishing a Community Day School within the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District to be open in August of 2018. As a requirement of the California Department of Education, an application for a school code is necessary when establishing a new school. An essential element for submission of the application is Board of Trustees' approval. The application for approval is respectfully submitted in the attachment.
Recommended Motion:
Approval of the Community Day School Application for a County-District-School Code
Attachments:
Community Day School Application for Count-District-School Code
I.5. APPROVAL OF IMAGO CAREER PILLAR CONTRACT
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
IMAGO is a platform for all middle school students to learn and explore college and career opportunities. The platform is organized by CTE pathway and includes our local pathway videos and activities for students to think about job skills, careers, and college. This is our second year of implementation for our college and career exploration embedded within 6th grade electives, and utilized with counselors at the middle school level.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval
Financial Impact:
$28,000.00 CTEIG (Career Technical Education Incentive Grant)
Attachments:
IMAGO Invoice
IMAGO Proposal
IMAGO Scope and Sequence
I.6. APPROVAL OF BUS DRIVER RECRUITMENT
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
In order to successfully recruit more bus drivers, and in accordance to our agreed upon MOU with CSEA and county practices, we will be running a recruitment campaign for bus drivers in PRJUSD. Upon successful completion of certification and probationary period, new employees will receive a $500.00 signing bonus.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends approval
Financial Impact:
Approximately $5,000.00 funded through closure of unfilled position
Attachments:
Flyer for recruitment
I.7. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION NO. 19-02 ACTION ON CLAIM
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The District received an application for Leave to File Late Claim on behalf of a minor. The District has determined it appropriate to accept the application and accept the Late Claim.
Recommended Motion:
Approve and adopt Resolution No. 19-02
Attachments:
Resolution No. 19-02
I.8. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION NO. 19-03 ACTION ON APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO PRESENT A LATE CLAIM
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The District received an application for Leave to Present a Late Claim. The District has determined it appropriate to reject the claim.
Recommended Motion:
Approve and Adopt Resolution No. 19-03.
Attachments:
Resolution No. 19-03
I.9. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION NO. 19-04 ACTION ON APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO PRESENT A LATE CLAIM
Speaker:
J. Gaviola
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The District received an application for Leave to Present a Late Claim. The District has determined it appropriate to reject the claim.
Recommended Motion:
Approve and adopt Resolution No. 19-04
Attachments:
Resolution No. 19-04
I.10. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION NO. 19-01 AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FOR RURAL SCHOOL BUS PILOT PROJECT GRANT
Speaker:
B. Pawlowski
Quick Summary / Abstract:
The North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District along with the California Air Resource Board requires the District's governing board to approve submission of information to determine eligibility. If awarded, funds would be used to replace older buses in the school district with cleaner green zero emission school buses. This resolution is to allow PRJUSD to apply for funding. Deadline to submit the application is September 20, 2018.
Recommended Motion:
Staff recommends the Board of Trustees approve and adopt Resolution No 19-01.
Attachments:
Grant Application for Rural School Bus Pilot Project
PowerPoint Presentation School Bus Replacement Program
Resolution No. 19-01
J. INFORMATION ITEMS
J.1. EQUITY FOCUS FOR 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR
Speaker:
C. Kenyon
Quick Summary / Abstract:
Foundational to the achievement of student success and student achievement for every student is the need for deeper understandings of equity, inquiry around current practices and how they do or do not provide equity, and specific actions to address the identified needs for providing all students with access and opportunity. This work began in June with District staff and all site principals attending the National Equity Project two-day training. The training then expanded to all District leaders through the PRJUSD Leadership Academy held August 1 & 2. Equity is the Districtwide focus for all departments and schools within PRJUSD for the 2018-19 school year.
K. ADVANCE PLANNING
K.1. BOARD GOVERNANCE CALENDAR
Attachments:
2018 Board Governance Calendar
L. SUPERINTENDENT/BOARD MEMBER CORRESPONDENCE AND ASSIGNMENT REQUESTS
L.1. SUPERINTENDENT/BOARD MEMBER CORRESPONDENCE AND ASSIGNMENT REQUESTS
M. ADJOURNMENT
M.1. ADJOURNMENT
N. CONTINUATION OF CLOSED SESSION ITEMS, IF NECESSARY
N.1. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION
O. RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION
O.1. REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION ACTION
Disability Information:
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